News for Monday, March 11, 2002

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Alleged drug dealers granted leave

Brother, sister receive permission to return to Arizona

Arizona siblings who face numerous drug charges for allegedly attempting to sell cocaine to an undercover agent in Steamboat Springs may leave the state, a judge ruled Monday.

School sets goal of $58,000

Christian Heritage fund-raiser takes place Friday

At Christian Heritage, school-wide preparations are under way for the 11th annual silent auction and musical program, the school's main fund-raiser of the year.At Christian Heritage, school-wide preparations are under way for the 11th annual silent auction and musical program, the school's main fund-raiser of the year.

The final run

Steamboat's Chiovarelli falls short as Junior Olympics come to a close

Intermountain skier Nick Hanscom topped Steamboat Springs' Jordan Chiovarelli in the final run of Saturday's duals at the Chevy Truck USA Junior Olympic Championships in Sugarloaf, Maine, to earn the last Junior Olympic title of the week.

Area Community Plan on deck

Council, Planning Commission to meet today

Aerial photographs of Steamboat today look nothing like the same photographs taken in 1994. That's why some people in the city are pushing to buy a new $75,000 aerial map of Steam- boat for the planners of the city's future to use.

Ex-Sheraton employee charged with felony theft

Using a program offered by a local hotel that awards guests with free lodging and airline tickets, a 22-year-old Brazilian man allegedly formed fraudulent accounts to take a California vacation.